A lawyer for the one who says NFL newbie punter Matt Araiza assaulted her last year when she was 17 impacted the Buffalo Bills on Saturday, even after the group delivered Araiza.

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 "The Buffalo Bills had no real option except to cut their young punter later so gravely bungling their reaction to our case

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 they disregarded us

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 like what I cautioned them would happen could be kept away from on the off chance that they just kept their heads in the sand,

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 lawyer Dan Gilleon said in a proclamation gave to USA TODAY Sports.

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 "This is empowering influences' specialty." "My client's life was everlastingly scarred in October 2021,''

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 Gilleon added, alluding to the Halloween party in San Diego where the lady, presently 18, says Araiza, then, at that point, 21, attacked her during an assault

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  "yet she took care of herself with effortlessness and pride.

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 Not once did she express to me a longing to hurt her assaulters out of retribution or scorn.

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  She never requested a pound of tissue.